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Germany, Austria, Switzerland–get ready! The MacNeice Mysteries coming your way 06.04.2020!
Waterloo Public Library has featured the MacNeice series in their blog called “Check it Out”. Read their full review here.
“Two bodies have been found in the master bedroom of a mansion in Dundurn’s old-money neighbourhood under the mountain. Howard Terry and his son Matthew have both been shot twice in the chest. Under Matthew’s body is a doll with blood red cotton wadding spilling out of its head. Nearby, a female mannequin in a […]
The Investiture ceremony stands out as one of the most inspiring experiences of my life. Hearing what the others being acknowledged had done with their lives left me humbled. When I mentioned that to one of Governors-General’s staff, she said, “Everyone feels that way. And, that you’ve been awarded The Order of Canada indicates how […]
This year’s gritLIT: Hamilton’s Readers & Writer’s Festival will feature Scott on April 13-14 for a special workshop and Q&A session! Follow the links below for more info on Scott’s sessions and purchase your tickets! Saturday, April 13, 2019 Scott Thornley: What’s Love Got to Do With It? Scott Thornley enjoys writing Inspector MacNeice, the detective hero of his four-book […]
MARGARET CANNONSPECIAL TO THE GLOBE AND MAIL VANTAGE POINT (HOUSE OF ANANSI, 320 PAGES, $19.95, PAPER) House of Anansi continues to publish some of the best mysteries in the world, and Scott Thornley’s MacNeice series is one of them. The fourth installment is the best book so far and fans of the city of Hamilton […]
In the Toronto writer Scott Thornley’s fourth and most accomplished novel featuring MacNeice, he puts readers on edge in the opening pages and leaves them hanging out there until the authentically spectacular windup. MacNeice is head of the police homicide division in the city of Dundurn, a stand-in for Hamilton, Ont., Thornley’s own native town. […]
(A review of Vantage Point by Rae Lake, MD) “Inspector MacNeice Strikes Again. Vantage Point is the 4th book in the Inspector MacNeice series by Scott Thornley. It is a terrific read. The series is set in Dundurn, a fictionalized version of Hamilton, Ontario where the writer grew up. Writer Thorney’s sense of place is palpable and […]
Photo Credit: Malcolm Lewis Feature in the Hamilton Spectator 11/27/18: A crime novelist returns to his Hamilton roots to write the fourth installment of his mystery series READ FULL ARTICLE HERE